Technology – Pelagic Technologies Florida

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Technology – Pelagic Technologies Florida

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Technology – Pelagic Technologies Florida The Pelagic Technologies Innovation Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) from NUWC cites 25 technology areas of interest in the undersea and maritime domain. UTIC members are eligible to bid on related prototype technology projects in support of national defense missions. A description of each technology area follows : Sensors and Sonar Sensors : Technology that detects and responds to some input from the physical environment that could include light, heat, motion, moisture, radiation, pressure, or any one of a great number of other environmental phenomena. The output is generally a signal that is converted to human-readable display or control at the sensor location or transmitted electronically over a network for reading or further processing. Sonar: Technology employing sound waves to detect and locate objects, especially submerged in water, using echolocation/reflection.

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Technology – Pelagic Technologies Florida Platform & Payload Integration Identify, explore, and apply new technologies, methods and techniques in the fields of systems engineering, design engineering, software engineering, logistics engineering, and test and evaluation to integrate new and existing systems into ships, submarines and other maritime platforms. The other platforms may include unmanned and remotely operated vehicles, as they become smaller and operate in new ways such as swarming, self-learning and autonomous modes . Undersea Warfare Combat Systems Technology that pertains to integrated undersea weapons system that typically combine combat management, command and control/decision systems and fire/weapon control systems that include advanced computer and radar technology to locate, track, identify and guide weapons to destroy enemy targets.

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Technology – Pelagic Technologies Florida Communications Technology pertaining to transmitting and receiving information and data among intended parties . Undersea Warfare Imaging Identify, explore, and apply new technologies, methods, techniques and concepts for capturing, storing, manipulating and presenting images of the undersea and maritime environment, including geographical characteristics, vehicles, targets, structures, or similar surface images which could be useful to an undersea warfare decision maker . Undersea Distributed Networked Systems Development and prototyping of products, hardware, and software/open systems that create an “undersea or maritime internet of things and sensors,” that can be connected to and work with any warfighting domain (air, surface, undersea, cyber, spectrum), or public-sector domain. Technology allow multiple systems to operate over a distributed network, typically with shared communications and distributed processing.

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Technology – Pelagic Technologies Florida Electronics/Optics/Materials Electronics: The electronic devices, circuits or systems developed through electronics that can be utilized in the undersea and maritime environment. Optics: technology behind the genesis, propagation, sight and behavior of electromagnetic light, and the changes it undergoes and produces; includes the properties of transmission and deflection of other forms of radiation. Materials: Substance(s) or matter from which things are made or composed for the undersea and maritime environment . Passive Sensing Technology that pertains to detecting and responding to some type of input from the physical environment through detecting and gathering of target data from vibrations, light, radiation, heat, or other phenomena in the subject’s environment (versus active sensors which include transmitters that send out a signal, a light wavelength or electrons to be bounced off the target, with data gathered by the sensor upon their reflection.)

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Technology – Pelagic Technologies Florida Undersea Satellites Technology to enable the use of state-of-the-art satellite capabilities (today used for communication, networking, data distribution, weather, intelligence, control and command functions, etc., for military and civilian use) for undersea functions and applications . Energy Storage and Release Development and prototyping of hardware and software components and systems that collect, produce, and store energy and manage its distribution in a maritime or undersea environment. Generally, these technologies, products and applications will guarantee availability of power – any-time, any-place, and in any quantity with sufficient power density and capacity, energy duration and cycle-life . Virtualization Technology that enables the creation of a virtual resource that behaves/operates like the actual version of something. An emulation of the real system that performs a function just like the real system.

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Technology – Pelagic Technologies Florida Machine Learning Development, demonstration, and exploitation of technologies, algorithms, and methods that expand the ability of a computer to learn from data, other computers, or sensors, without human intervention. Machine Learning computers can improve themselves from data, knowledge, experience and interaction with other computers. A computer with machine learning capabilities will use elements of statistics, knowledge science, computer science/systems, natural language processing, large database construction and management, and planning and control to improve its ability to suggest or predict outcomes of situations. Threat Monitoring and Prediction Development and prototyping of products (hardware, software, systems) that can assist the maritime or undersea warfare commander in continuously assessing and analyzing threats, predicting threat levels, and identifying unexpected threats, as a function of sensor data, intelligence data, open source data, operational data, and human interactions.

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